De Vere, a collection of historic mansion house estates and distinctive contemporary hotels, has launched new packages ahead of reopening on 10th July 2020, with 10% of each direct bedroom booking going to NHS Charities Together.
Ahead of re-opening, De Vere has launched its new Wellbeing at Heart programme to ensure a healthy and safe stay for guests and a safe working environment for its team members.
From £179 per couple, or £229 for families, guests can book an overnight stay with a personally selected chilled drinks package, a delicious two-course takeaway dinner from their in-house chefs, as well as a ‘grab and go’ breakfast.
10% of the value of each direct bedroom booking, including VAT, will be paid to NHS Charities Together, which supports NHS staff and volunteers caring for COVID-19 patients. To give guests peace of mind and stress-free experience, all stays include flexible cancellation terms.
Located across the UK from Surrey to Cheshire, De Vere hotels are set within country estates and parkland, where guests can discover hidden temples, scenic lakes, sculptures, and breath-taking countryside views. Each property is on the doorstep of some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes, offering the opportunity to explore the great British outdoors – perfect for a post-lockdown escape.
Hotels in the portfolio include: De Vere Latimer Estate, nestled in an Area of Outstanding Beauty; De Vere Cotswold Water Park, surrounded by a nature reserve and beautiful lakes; De Vere Wokefield Estate, which is home to an 18 hole championship golf course; De Vere Tortworth Court, set within a 30 acre estate which includes a Victorian arboretum housing more than 300 plant and tree specimens; De Vere Beaumont Estate, located within 44-acres of stunning grounds which includes natural ponds, manicured gardens and quirky sculptures; and De Vere Selsdon Estate, which boasts 200-acres of impressive parkland, and is also home to a 18 hole championship golf course.
De Vere’s Wellbeing at Heart programme ensures a healthy and safe stay for guests and a safe working environment for its team members. With the support of ChemEco, De Vere has carefully crafted a range of new measures, from enhancing the already meticulous deep cleaning of bedrooms to thoughtful physical distancing measures inside and outside the hotels. This includes regularly sanitising public areas using jet action ‘misting’ technology which uses hard acting yet environmentally friendly solutions from ChemEco.
When guests arrive at their room, they’ll notice a ‘clean seal’ on their door to provide peace of mind that the room has been sanitised and that nobody else has entered following a deep clean. Rooms will include wellbeing kits to provide guests with hand sanitiser, antibacterial wipes, a set of socks, gloves, and face mask, all contained in a sealed bag.
Further details of Wellbeing at Heart and the new measures are available here: www.devere.co.uk/wellbeing.